ITC investigates huge patent complaint
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Lenovo, MediaTek, Motorola and AMD all involved.

The US International Trade Commission began a patent infringement probe after ZiiLabs claimed that 17 firms were importing products to the United States in violation of its patents on graphics processors and DDR memory controllers.

Nintendo Switch has another face palm
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Forgets to mention key functions and drops important ones


Smart money is on the Nintendo Switch being a lemon, but it seems that the maker of toilet branded consoles is making elementary mistakes on its launch.

Blackberry’s poor attitude to privacy will wipe it from history
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Edward Snowden’s blames Canada 

Blackberry has always traded on having tougher security than the next guy, but this might have been because the next guy was Apple, or Google.

Tesla let off the hook in death probe
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User error in “self-driving” car

US car safety regulators have cleared Tesla of involvement in the death of a bloke whose Model S collided with a truck while he was using its Autopilot system.

IBM sees 19th quarter of falling revenue
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Still better than Wall Street predicted


Biggish Blue has reported its 19th straight quarter of declining revenue, but forecast full-year earnings above what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street thought.

Amazon working on self-driving car
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Alexa take me to the pub

Online book-seller Amazon is working on self-driving cars.

Galaxy S7 defaults to full HD after Android 7
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Brings PC like resolution settings

Two days ago, we did an update on a Galaxy S7 to the magical Android 7.0. After the update, we noticed that the phone defaulted to 1920x1080 resolution giving us the option to change back to native 2560x1440 or even 1280x720. 

Nvidia Shield TV 2015, Shield tablet to get Android 7
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But might take same time

Nvidia has released its Shield Android TV 2017 and people got to see a lot of software improvement as well as Android 7 support. 

Galaxy S8 to use S7's ultra-thin heatpipe design
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About 0.5mm thick with vapor chamber


Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S7’s use of a single ultra-thin heatpipe for internal thermal dissipation, the upcoming flagship Galaxy S8 replacement is expected to use the same design, according to the latest info from Taiwan-based supply chain makers.

AMD Radeon Pro Duo gets a massive price cut
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First victim of the upcoming Vega GPU

It appears that AMD's Radeon Pro Duo, based on two Fiji GPUs and 4GB of HBM1 per GPU, is the first victim of the upcoming Vega GPU architecture as it has seen a massive price cut pushing it from US $1499 down to US $799.